Not a bad way to start the season.
The Wolves’ top two singles players survived tough matches while their doubles duos didn’t lose a set in topping Klahowya 7-0 on Sept. 12.
Sequim’s Reed Gunstone outlasted Jeff Jaeckel in a first set, 8-6 tiebreaker and took the second set 6-4, while teammate Etorre Scudo rebounded from a first set tiebreaker loss to down Bill Monroe 6-7 (7-3), 6-2 and 6-3. Sequim’s No. 3 singles player Waylon Lam topped Brandon Wheeler 6-1 and 6-0.
Mallory Maloney and David Richards combined to stop Klahowya’s Eric Eley and Mark Garlit in straight sets (6-2, 6-1) while Sequim’s Michael Lee and Greg Robinson had no problem with Eagle challengers Phil Alessi and Sasha Morozov (6-1, 6-0). Other Sequim doubles winners were Robbie Blenk/Alex Lamb in No. 3 doubles and Andrew Gunstone and Alex Skinner in No. 4 doubles.
Bulldogs in opener
How "sweep" it is.
Sequim won all three singles and all four doubles matches in a 7-0 whitewashing of North Mason Sept. 8.
In the day’s only contested match, Sequim’s Lee and Robinson outlasted North Mason’s A.J. and Cory Barker 6-4, 7-5.
Reed Gunstone topped Bulldog Andy Bartell 6-0 and 6-1 while Maloney blanked Conor Daley. Lam, the Wolves’ freshman, won his first varsity match, topping Bulldog Ryan Jones in straight sets.
Sequim’s doubles winners included Blenk/Lamb in No. 2 doubles, Ethan Gill/Etorre Scudo in No. 3 doubles and Byron Boots/Andrew Gunstone in No. 4 doubles.